Category Archives: Thailand
First, a public service announcement. We are currently in the United States dealing with some family issues. The blog won’t be very active until we are back on the road again. Not quite sure when that will be, but it … Continue reading
When we realized we were going to have another few days in Bangkok, we decided there was only one thing to do: eat our way through the city. Not very good for our waistlines or our wallets, but sometimes you … Continue reading
Sorry if this is a duplicate post for you…it somehow got deleted and we have no idea why…. Robert and I have very few traditions, but one we do have is Boozy Heathen Brunch. I know, you are asking yourself … Continue reading
Happy New Year! What, you didn’t know it was New Year? Well, it recently was in Thailand, at least for the Buddhists, and it is now year 2562 over here. Songkran or Thai New Year ushers in the rainy season. … Continue reading
For our second week on Koh Lanta, we moved over to the West side of the island, which is far more built up and touristy. We thought we would be able to walk to more things, but we quickly learned … Continue reading
Robert dove Ko Haa and we both snorkeled Ko Haa (I did it twice) with Lanta Diver. Ko Haa means five islands. Oddly, however, there are actually 6 islands. It is a beautiful place and only about a two hour … Continue reading
Koh Lanta is an absolutely beautiful place. We spent our first week on Koh Lanta on the East side of the Island in Old Lanta. We absolutely loved it. It was quiet and relaxed and laid back. But be warned, … Continue reading
Our first full day on Koh Lanta, we actually set an alarm for 7 am. What on earth would cause us to do that? One word: DOGS! (Ok, fine, maybe two words: DOGS! CATS!).
So, yeah, things have been pretty quiet around here, haven’t they? Honestly, we haven’t been doing much of interest. In fact, we have been doing so little, we don’t even have any photos for this post. After leaving Yogyakarta, we … Continue reading
Watch the video, keeping in mind that Robert’s camera doesn’t have zoom. Enough said.